GPB connects millions of Georgians every day through television, radio, digital initiatives and innovative educational programming. In this time of social distancing, we believe that it’s even more important to find safe ways to stay connected to our neighbors and spread joy in our communities. To that end, we are excited to launch the #myGAneighborhood campaign.

Share photos with us of the creative ways that you and your friends are spreading joy in your neighborhood and community! Challenge your friends and neighbors to share their photos as well! We want to see your window decorations, chalk art, neighborhood scavenger hunts, recycled holiday decorations… and whatever other creative things you are doing. GPB will be tracking submissions and sharing some of our favorites on social media and in special television segments.

Here’s how to participate:

  • Snap a pic and post it on your public Instagram or Twitter account with the hashtag #myGAneighborhood. Tag @mygpb on Twitter and @gpbmedia on Instagram.



  • Upload your photo here and include your name and email.


Post the GPB flyer with your display. You can download and print the flyer here, or you can make your own GPB #myGAneighborhood flyer to share!

GPB maintains rights to use photos/videos submitted to the #myGAneighborhood campaign for promotional purpose.

As part of our ongoing efforts to highlight the creative and artistic ways that neighbors are supporting and lifting each other up, we are pleased to support Georgia’s thriving arts community as well. Support GPB with a gift of $25 and we will send you an original #myGAneighborhood t-shirt designed by Georgian artist, Chris Veal. Donate securely online at www.gpb.org/cares.

GPB will commit $10 of every shirt sold through the #myGAneighborhood campaign to Georgia arts organizations. These funds will be distributed to arts organizations statewide through a collaboration between Georgia Council for the Arts and South Arts as part of their ongoing recovery efforts.

Georgia Council for the Arts
South Arts
Rest Marketing